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    前原誠司は機密事項をキャンベル国務次官補やグレッグソン国防次官補に漏洩していた 

    ウィリークスが2010年2月8日に在日米国大使館から国務省に宛てた米外交公電を公開した。

    2011.08.30 wikileaks Cabke Viewer

    http://wikileaks.org/cable/2010/02/10TOKYO247.html

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    当時沖縄担当相を兼務していた前原国土交通大臣が2010年2月2日にキャンベル国務次官補やグレッグソン国防次官補と会談した際に前原氏が話した驚くべき内容が報告されている。

    1)前原氏は民主党と連立を組む政党には拒否権は持たせない、と言った。

     Maehara said that no coalition partner had a veto.

    2)前原氏は、普天間移設問題については北沢防衛大臣が決定権の鍵を握っている、

      普天間基地の軍事作戦上の様々な要素を正確に判断できるのは防衛省だけだから、と指摘した。

      He noted that Defense Minister Toshimi Kitazawa will play a key role as only the Ministry of Defense (MOD) has

      the expertise to evaluate the operational elements of various FRF options.

    3)前原氏は日本政府がいつ普天間基地移転の米国提案に合意するかは言えない、と言った。

      Maehara was unable to say when the GOJ might be able to engage with the United States on the details of the FRF proposals.

    4)前原氏は小沢一郎民主党幹事長との会談に触れて、小沢氏は相手によって発言を変えるから気をつけろ,

    米国と話す時は日米同盟への強力な支持を表明するかもしれない,と言った。

     Previewing a later meeting with Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) Secretary General Ichiro Ozawa, Maehara cautioned that Ozawa often

     tailors his statements depending on his audience, saying that he would likely voice strong support for the U.S.-Japan alliance.

    日本の閣僚が米国政府高官に対して日本政府の内情をこれほどあからさまにこと細かく話し助言を与えていたとは、驚くべきことだがこれが真実なのです。


    Viewing cable 10TOKYO247, ASSISTANT SECRETARY CAMPBELL'S FEBRUARY 2 MEETING

    If you are new to these pages, please read an introduction on the structure of a cable as well as how to discuss them with others. See also the FAQs
    Reference ID Created Released Classification Origin
    10TOKYO247 2010-02-08 02:52 2011-08-30 01:44 CONFIDENTIAL Embassy Tokyo
    VZCZCXRO8466
    OO RUEHFK RUEHKSO RUEHNH
    DE RUEHKO #0247/01 0390252
    ZNY CCCCC ZZH
    O 080252Z FEB 10
    FM AMEMBASSY TOKYO
    TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 9261
    INFO RUEHFK/AMCONSUL FUKUOKA IMMEDIATE 8713
    RUEHNH/AMCONSUL NAHA IMMEDIATE 1053
    RUEHOK/AMCONSUL OSAKA KOBE IMMEDIATE 2529
    RUEHKSO/AMCONSUL SAPPORO IMMEDIATE 9208
    RUEKJCS/CJCS WASHINGTON DC IMMEDIATE
    RHHMUNA/HQ USPACOM HONOLULU HI IMMEDIATE
    RUEKJCS/JOINT STAFF WASHINGTON DC IMMEDIATE
    RUEKJCS/SECDEF WASHDC IMMEDIATE
    RHMFISS/USFJ IMMEDIATE
    RUEHKO/USDAO TOKYO JA IMMEDIATE
    C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 TOKYO 000247

    SIPDIS

    E.O. 12958: DECL: 02/02/2020
    TAGS: PREL PGOV MARR JA
    SUBJECT: ASSISTANT SECRETARY CAMPBELL'S FEBRUARY 2 MEETING
    WITH MINISTER OF STATE FOR OKINAWA MAEHARA

    Classified By: Deputy Chief of Mission James P. Zumwalt per reasons 1.4
    (b) and (d).

    Summary
    -------
    ¶1. (C) Summary: Minister of State for Okinawa Seiji Maehara
    told EAP Assistant Secretary Kurt Campbell and Assistant
    Secretary of Defense Gregson on February 2 that the wide
    range of views within Japan,s ruling coalition had
    influenced the GOJ,s handling of the Futenma Replacement
    Facility (FRF) issue. Stressing Prime Minister Hatoyama,s
    commitment to reach an FRF decision by May, Maehara said that
    no coalition partner had a veto. He noted that Defense
    Minister Toshimi Kitazawa will play a key role as only the
    Ministry of Defense (MOD) has the expertise to evaluate the
    operational elements of various FRF options. Maehara was
    unable to say when the GOJ might be able to engage with the
    United States on the details of the FRF proposals. A/S
    Campbell urged that Japan to consult with the United States
    before publicly unveiling any options. Previewing a later
    meeting with Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) Secretary
    General Ichiro Ozawa, Maehara cautioned that Ozawa often
    tailors his statements depending on his audience, saying that
    he would likely voice strong support for the U.S.-Japan
    alliance. A/S Campbell asked for more frequent public
    statements of support for the alliance. Maehara was not
    optimistic that the FRF issue would fade soon, saying that
    expectations in Okinawa were very high. The November Okinawa
    Governor race could be another flashpoint should the
    anti-base Ginowan Mayor decide to run. End Summary.

    Coalition Dynamics on FRF
    -------------------------
    ¶2. (C) In a February 2 meeting with Ambassador Roos, A/S
    Campbell and ASD Gregson, Minister of State for Okinawa
    (concurrently Minister of Transportation) Maehara said that
    the disparate views on FRF plans among the three parties in
    Japan,s ruling coalition has shaped the Hatoyama
    government,s management of the issue. Although both the
    Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the People,s New Party
    (PNP) maintain the need for an alternative to the current FRF
    plan, the SDP has not suggested a specific alternative site,
    while PNP Coalition working group representative Mikio
    Shimoji has voiced his personal preference for integrating
    Futenma,s operations into Kadena Air Base. DPJ Secretary
    General Ozawa has suggested Shimoji-jima and Ie-jima as
    possible sites. In addition, the Hatoyama government itself
    is engaged in an internal debate over FRF alternatives, he
    said.

    ¶3. (C) Noting that the GOJ has committed to a decision on FRF
    by May, Maehara said he told SDP President Mizuho Fukushima
    not to assume that the SPD had a veto on alternatives and
    that the SDP is obligated as a coalition member to propose
    viable options. Cabinet members involved in the FRF issue,
    including the Prime Minister, have publicly declared that the
    current FRF plan remains an option, he said. Whether another
    workable option exists remains to be seen, Maehara said.

    ¶4. (C) Defense Minister Kitazawa and MOD will play a central
    role in internal GOJ evaluation of FRF alternatives as only
    MOD can engage in detailed operational analysis of Marine
    Corps Operations, Maehara said. MOD is currently studying
    possible sites, with operational needs in mind, he said. At
    the same time, Maehara said he had asked trusted Self Defense
    Forces (SDF) colleagues to consider carefully various
    options.

    Engaging with the U.S. on Options
    ---------------------------------
    ¶5. (C) Responding to Maehara,s admonition that time was
    short, A/S Campbell sought more clarity on when the GOJ might
    be ready to engage with the United States on the potential
    FRF alternatives, particularly on operational issues.
    Maehara said it was not clear to him at what stage the GOJ
    would engage on the details of possible alternatives.
    Reiterating the U.S. view that the current FRF plan is the
    best option, A/S Campbell stressed that U.S.-Japan management
    of the next phase of this process was critically important to
    a successful resolution. He urged that the GOJ consult with
    the U.S. privately before publicly unveiling any proposal.


    TOKYO 00000247 002 OF 002


    Assessment of Ozawa
    -------------------
    ¶6. (C) Noting that A/S Campbell and ASD Gregson would meet
    later in the day with DPJ Secretary General Ozawa, Maehara
    cautioned that Ozawa can tailor his comments to suit those
    with whom he meets. For example, he said that in meeting
    with ruling coalition party leaders, Ozawa has stressed
    maintaining the coalition; while in Okinawa, he has
    emphasized reducing the burden on Okinawa. In this light,
    Maehara suggested that Ozawa likely would stress to A/S
    Campbell and ASD Gregson the importance of the U.S.-Japan
    alliance and the need to reach an FRF resolution by May.

    Voice Support for Alliance
    --------------------------
    ¶7. (C) A/S Campbell said the United States would appreciate
    more public GOJ statements of support for the alliance,
    particularly the role U.S. plays in regional security. He
    noted that more key government players speaking out would
    create a strong foundation for the next steps in managing the
    FRF process. Maehara replied that he voiced his support for
    the alliance at every opportunity, adding that the notion of
    a U.S.-Japan-China "equilateral triangle," a concept
    suggested by DPJ Diet Affair Chief Kenji Yamaoka, was
    "ridiculous."

    Expectations High in Okinawa
    ----------------------------
    ¶8. (C) In response to a query from the Ambassador on how long
    the current political uncertainty in Okinawa might last,
    Maehara was not optimistic that the situation would improve
    soon, noting that suggestions that FRF could be relocated out
    of Okinawa entirely has raised high expectations. The
    results of the January Nago mayoral election, won by an
    anti-base candidate, reflected this sentiment, he said. In
    addition, Maehara suggested the situation could be further
    complicated, depending on whether anti-base Ginowan Mayor
    Yoichi Iha runs for Governor, such a development could
    further complicate a resolution.

    ¶9. (C) The Ambassador also raised possible economic
    incentives that the U.S. might pursue to assist Okinawa.
    Maehara suggested that the United States might consider how
    it could support the soon-to-open Okinawa Institute of
    Science and Technology. He suggested that U.S. scientific
    expertise and attracting top U.S. scientific talent to the
    University could help attract talented students.

    ¶10. (SBU) USG Participants:

    Ambassador Roos
    A/S Campbell
    ASD Gregson
    PACOM BG William Uhle
    EAP Special Advisor Nirav Patel
    EAP/J Director Kevin Maher
    Embassy Tokyo Political Minister-Counselor Robert Luke
    OSD Senior Country Director for Japan Suzanne Basalla
    Embassy Notetaker
    Interpreter

    GOJ Participants:

    Minister Seiji Maehara
    Secretary to the Minister Nakahara
    Secretary to the Minister Nakajima

    11 (C) Assistant Secretary Campbell cleared this cable.


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